Flipping around once more, Miller spoke hesitantly about his support for the NRSC, who opposed him in his primary the same way it’s opposing O’Donnell in hers.
“I expect that the Republican Party will embrace… the movement. [I hope that it will] persuade Republicans to take this opportunity, and to be real leaders…to direct this country back where it needs to go,” he said of the NRSC.
What’s clear is that this out-of-nowhere conservative star isn’t willing to be classified by anyone except the constituents who are voting for him. So far, it’s been a winning strategy, stealing the Republican primary out from under his opponent and leading his Democratic challenger, Scott McAdams, by six points in the most recent poll from Rasmussen.
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